What's In My Bag: Austin Cook\nAustin Cook won the 2017 RSM Classic in his fourth start as a rookie. From driver to putter see what he carries in his bag.\nAGE: 27LIVES: Jonesboro, Ark.STORY: Won the 2017 RSM Classic in his fourth start as a rookie.MONDAY MAGIC: After I graduated from Arkansas, I wasn't sure whether to pursue medical school or golf. I tried Monday-qualifying, and I had six top-25s in 10 starts as a non-member. That told me I could do it.\n\nFAMILY TIES: My grandpa, John Cook, was a club pro and played in nearly 100 PGA Tour events. He played the final round of the 1965 Memphis Open with Jack Nicklaus. I know he'd be proud of me making it on tour.\n— With Stephen Hennessey\n\nDRIVERSPECS: Ping G400 LST, 8.5˚(adjusted to 9.2˚), 45.25 inches, Fujikura Speeder Evolution 661 Tour shaft, X-flex, tipped half an inch, D-3 swingweight\n\nMy ball flight is higher than others. The G400 LST reduces spin for more carry.\nFAIRWAY WOODSPECS: Ping G400 Stretch, 13˚, 43 inches, tipped one inch, Fujikura Motore VC 7.0 shaft\n\nI hit it high to begin with, so I don't need help launching it. My 3-wood goes plenty far, but it's still easy to stop on the green.\nHYBRIDSSPECS: Ping G400, 19˚and 22˚, Matrix Ozik Altus Tour, X-flex\n\nHalfway through last season, I realized I needed a better solution from 200 to 220 yards. This 22-degree hybrid lets me \nhit it higher and softer than I could with a 4-iron.\nIRONSSPECS: Ping S55 (5-iron through pitching wedge), KBS Tour 100 shafts, S-flex, Golf Pride Tour Velvet 58 round grips\n\nIron play has always been one of my strengths. When I won at Sea Island, I missed only 12 greens all week.\nWEDGESSPECS: Ping Glide 2.0 Stealth wedges (50˚, 56˚ and 60˚), Dynamic Gold Tour Issue S400 shafts\n\nThe extra groove lower on the face helps create spin, even if you hit it thin.\nPUTTERSPECS: Ping Sigma G Tyne, 33 inches, bent 2 degrees upright, SuperStroke 2.0 red grip\n\nI've always preferred the heavier, solid feel of a mallet. It helps me on longer putts especially. \nSMALL REMINDERSI mark my Titleist Pro V1 with a red line, hoping it will inspire me to shoot red numbers. \nMy alignment-rod cover is a nod to my alma mater.\nSPECIAL MARKERI got this the week I won. It says: "gratitude" on one side, "dependence" on the other. \nFEEL-GOOD MUSICI keep practice rounds light. I just want to see the course. I'll listen to chill tunes like Chris Stapleton (shown) on my Bluetooth speaker. \nTRAVEL BUDDIESMy wife, Crys, travels with me. We enjoy hanging with other tour couples. She's friends with wives of pros who came from the Web.com Tour.